Tale of Tale’s Michael Samyn on the design and inspiration behind the studio’s latest game, Sunset
Michael Samyn, one half of indie developer Tale of Tales, discusses the making of forthcoming 70s-set narrative game Sunset, in an exclusive column for Continue Play.
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